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We specialise in growing water lilies and many other pond plants for small ponds. We offer the largest collection in the UK and grow around 200 of the best, extremely rare, new and most popular hardy cultivars; including some new and exciting hardy blues and purples. All the varieties listed are available to buy online or from our retail nursery.

Visit us and see our water lilies in bloom mid-may onwards. All our Water lilies are dispatched bare-rooted. Please see our category listings in the left hand menu for aquatic planting accessories, aquatic soils and gravel. Aquatic plants and Water Lilies are heavy feeders so don't forget to add plant food to your shopping basket. 

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Nymphaea Commanche-barerooted
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Nymphaea Commanche-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 30-60 cm
Leaf Spread: 90-120 cm
£15.50
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Nymphaea David-barerooted
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Nymphaea David-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 30-60 cm
Leaf Spread: 60-90 cm
£15.50
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Nymphaea Indiana-TRUE CULTIVAR-barerooted
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Nymphaea Indiana-TRUE CULTIVAR-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 30 cm
Leaf Spread: 60-90 cm
£36.00
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Nymphaea Paul Harriot-barerooted
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Nymphaea Paul Harriot-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 30-60 cm
Leaf Spread: 90-120 cm
£12.50
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Nymphaea Seignouretti-barerooted
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Nymphaea Seignouretti-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 30-45 cm
Leaf Spread: 120 cm
£39.00
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Nymphaea Sioux-barerooted
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Nymphaea Sioux-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 45-90 cm
Leaf Spread: 120 cm
£12.50
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Nymphaea Solfatare-barerooted
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Nymphaea Solfatare-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 30-45 cm
Leaf Spread: 60-90 cm
£15.50
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